Trauma is a deeply distressing experience that can have long-lasting effects on an individual’s mental, emotional, and physical well-being. Whether it stems from a single traumatic event or repeated exposure to distressing situations, trauma presents unique challenges...
Family-Based Treatment (FBT) is a therapeutic approach that has shown promising results in treating ARFID in children and adolescents. In some cases, FBT-ARFID is an appropriate intervention for young adults who are living at home with parental support. FBT-ARFID...
Based on current standards, it is estimated that 69% - or roughly two out of three - U.S. adults are considered either overweight or obese yet weight stigma pervades most aspects of our lives. Individuals in larger bodies are commonly marginalized and treated both...
Explore the key differences between bulimia and binge eating disorder, two of the most prevalent eating disorders.
Group therapy in eating disorder recovery provides a supportive and non-judgmental environment where individuals can share their experiences, engage in meaningful discussions, and learn from one another.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for ARFID (CBT-AR) is an appropriate intervention for children (age 10 and up), adolescents and adults with ARFID.
Starting college is one of the biggest transitions in young adult life and can be particularly challenging for people with eating disorders. Learn more on how to best prepare for this change.
We believe that even severe eating disorders in children can be treated at home, especially when caregivers are given the tools to support their child.
If you are looking to improve your body image, here are 8 tips to help you begin the journey of self acceptance and learn new ways of thinking positively about your body.
At Columbus Park, we may integrate Parent Management Training in situations when a child has an eating disorder alongside other problem behaviors that get in the way of compliance with treatment.